Caesar (cocktail)

WPMIXInfobox
sourcelink = Caesar
name = Caesar



type = cocktail
flaming =
vodka = yes
served = on the rocks
garnish = stalk of celery and wedge of lime
drinkware = highball
ingredients = *6 oz. Clamato Juice
*1½ oz. Vodka
*2 Dashes Hot Sauce
*2 Dashes Worcestershire Sauce
*Celery salt
*Freshly Ground Pepper
*Lime/Lemon wedge
*1 Crisp Celery Stalk
prep = Rim glass first with Lime wedge and then with celery salt.
A Caesar, sometimes referred to as a "Bloody Caesar", [Canadian Oxford Dictionary's headwords "Bloody Caesar" and "Caesar"².] after the similar Bloody Mary, is a cocktail popular mainly in Canada. It typically contains vodka, clamato (a blend of tomato juice and clam broth), Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce, and is served on the rocks in a large, celery salt-rimmed glass, and typically garnished with a stalk of celery and wedge of lime. A common nickname for a version without vodka is "Virgin Caesar". In the U.S. it is known as a clamdigger.Fact|date=July 2007

During the early 2000s, Mott's printed the Caesar recipe on bottles of the Clamato juice sold in the United States, but the cocktail drink remains relatively unknown there.Fact|date=October 2007

History

The cocktail was invented by bartender Walter Chell at the Owl's Nest Bar in the Calgary Inn (now Calgary Westin Hotel) in Calgary, Alberta in 1969, to accompany the opening of a new restaurant, Marco's. In its original form, it contained tomato juice and mashed clams; Clamato had only just been released (with the assistance of Chell) by the Mott's company that very year, and was not yet widely known or available.

Starting in 2002, Mott's began marketing pre-mixed Caesars in twelve-ounce bottles.

Variations can include substituted or added ingredients, like salt and pepper, cayenne pepper, horseradish, or lemon juice, seasoning salt or lemon pepper (rather than celery salt), a garnish of dill pickled cucumber, spicy pickled green bean or asparagus. Occasionally a prawn (especially in seafood restaurants) or crisp bacon is used as a garnish.

References

* Katherine Barber, editor (2004). "The Canadian Oxford Dictionary", second edition. Toronto, Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-541816-6.

External links

* [http://drinkit.blogspot.com/2006/04/bloody-caesar.html Bloody Caesar Recipe]
* [http://www.gosyro.com/recipes/02822.asp?RecipeID=2822&RecipeName=Bloody%20Caesar Bloody Caesar Recipe]
* [http://bestcaesarintown.com/] - 2008 Mott's Clamato Best Caesar in Town caesar recipe variations
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